Convert WBMP to DOC in C#
Perform optical character recognition on WBMP document and save text as WBMP document using Aspose.OCR for .NET library.
How to convert WBMP to DOC using C#
Aspose.OCR for .NET is a powerful yet easy-to-use and cost-effective library for converting WBMP images to DOC documents. Supporting 26 languages based on Latin, Cyrillic and Chinese, its state-of-the-art optical character recognition engine provides superior recognition speed and accuracy, while isolating you from formulas, neural networks, and other complex technical details. It allows you to add OCR functionality to your .NET applications in less than 10 lines of code.
processes scanned images or even smartphone photos in WBMP format and creates WBMP documents containing recognized text. To add it to your project, you just need to install the Aspose.OCR
package in your project with the following command:
Package Manager Console Command
PM> Install-Package Aspose.OCR
Steps to Convert WBMP to DOC
With .NET OCR and just a few lines of code, you can create full-featured application that converts an WBMP image to DOC document:
- Create an instance of AsposeOcr class
- Call AsposeOCR.RecognizeImage method
- Pass the WBMP file path as parameter
- AsposeOCR.RecognizeImage returns a String or file of DOC type
Before running the example, make sure that .NET API compatible with NET Standard 2.0 specification is installed on your system and all external dependencies of Aspose.OCR package are referenced in your project.
- NET Standard 2.0+ compatible solution
- Aspose.OCR for .NET referenced in your project.
This sample code shows WBMP to DOC .NET Conversion
// initialize an instance of AsposeOcr AsposeOcr ocr = new AsposeOcr(); // recognize image string riText = ocr.RecognizeImage("template.WBMP"); // print text File. File.WriteAllText("document.DOC", riText);
WBMP What is WBMP File Format
WBMP is a monochrome graphics file format optimized for mobile computing devices. WBMP images are monochrome (black & white) so that the image size is kept to a minimum. A black pixel is denoted by 0 and a white pixel is denoted by 1.Read More
DOC What is DOC File Format
Files with .doc extension represent documents generated by Microsoft Word or other word processing documents in binary file format. The extension was initially used for plain text documentation on several different operating systems. It can contain several different types of data such as images, formatted as well as plain text, graphs, charts, embedded objects, links, pages, page formatting, print settings and a lot others. The format was popular for all sorts of documentation due to the variety of options it offers to users for writing manuals, proposals, specifications, resumes, articles or any similar documents. The updated version of DOC is DOCX which is based on Office OpenXML whose specifications are openly available.Read More
Other Supported Conversions
Using C#, one can easily convert different formats including.